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tomorrow will be from kansas city right into oklahoma city. so eastern kansas and into central portions of oklahoma. large hail, and damaging winds, possibly in excess of 80 miles per hour are going to be possible tonight and again for tomorrow. >> axelrod: david bernard, thank you. on wednesday, when 16 tornadoes tore through north texas, many people got more warning than unusual about what was coming. the town of granbury, 40 miles southwest of fort worth, was hardest hit. our anna werner is there. >> reporter: residents headed in today for their first look at their devastated neighborhood. 97 of the 110 homes in the rancho brazos subdivision were damaged by the tornado. six people died, but officials believe the city's warning system, called code red, saved many lives. the same system is in place in cleburne, 30 miles away, where no one died. scott cain is mayor. >> people call us a miracle city but there was a lot of planning that went into it. >> reporter: wednesday night at 7:59 p.m., the first code red alert went out to nearly 2,000 residents warning of a severe thunderstorm. >>
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the city's diverse population. he has never run in a city-wide contest. the same can be said for bowser, word 4 council member, first to announce candidacy for mayor. if bowser wins, she will become only the second woman to hold the office of dc mayor. >>> the incumbent mayor vincent gray hasn't said if he'll seek re-election. it's still early. democratic primary, which normally decides who will be the next mayor, is still more than a year away. >>> virginia republicans are gathering in richmond this weekend for their annual convention. earlier today, they nominated the unopposed ken puchilelli for governor. he is criticized as being all- talk, no action. five republicans are running for lieutenant governor. this is the very first virginia gop convention dominated by the tea party. >>> you still have time to buy your powerball ticket. lottery officials say tonight's drawing will be worth nearly $600 million. the odds of winning, well, let's just say your chances aren't very good. people are lining up anyway at gas stations, convenience stores throughout the washington area. and we find
axelrod, jeff glor is off tonight. from oklahoma city to minneapolis severe weather is threatening the nation's midsection tonight there are tornado warnings up in kansas and iowa, oklahoma and missouri could also be hard hit. forecasters say a supercell of thunderstorms packing baseball sized hail, heavy rain and tornadoes could do a lot of damage. already a tornado has touched down this afternoon in edmund, oklahoma, and another on the southwest side of wichita, kansas, that police are calling large and violent. meteorologist jeff beradelli of wfor is tracking the storms tonight. who is facing the greatest danger. >> the greatest risk tonight is across oklahoma and kansas. we have a lot of tornado watches and warnings ongoing as we speak. in fact we have already had a touchdown of tornadoes across the plain states. here is the settup. we have a strong and cold upper level low destabilizing the atmosphere across the rockies and plain states. at the same time we have a strong jet stream on the eastern side of that meeting up with moist gulf air. and the danger-- danger zone right n
,000 tickets in two days in japan. we did 90,000 people in moscow, 190,000 people in mexico city alone. >> logan: john branca is an executor of michael jackson's estate; an architect, if you will, of how to make money off his legacy, most of which will eventually be turned over to jackson's three children. branca was jackson's lawyer and advisor off and on for over 25 years and negotiated many of the singer's biggest deals during his lifetime. it's just unbelievable. michael jackson sells more tickets dead than most artists do alive. >> branca: that is absolutely true. worldwide box office now is over $300 million, and michael has almost 60 million facebook friends. he's the biggest-selling artist on itunes, and he's sold approximately 50 million albums since he passed away. >> logan: it feels like you can't talk about all those great things about michael without talking about the fact that his image was so battered and tarnished by the time of his death. have his fans just forgotten about all of that? about all the weirdness? >> branca: as managers of the estate, we don't really pay a
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